Student Delegation of Confucius Classroom at Linden High School Visits China
Mayor Extends Gratitude

[Source]    Confucius Institute Headquarters(Hanban) [Time]    2017-05-12 16:33:04 
 

On Apr. 24th, the student delegation of the Confucius Classroom at Linden High School affiliated to the Confucius Institute of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey visited the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban). Juping C. Tomazic, Chinese Teaching Consultant of the school district presented the letter of gratification from Derek Armstead, Mayor of Linden and the certificate that Yelena Horre, Headmaster of Linden High School issued to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.


Letter of gratification from Derek Armstead, Mayor of Linden

In the letter, Mayor Derek Armstead extended gratitude to the Confucius Institute Headquarters for supporting the students’ visit and pointed out that the cultural exchange experience was meaningful for the students and would leave long-lasting memories.


Certificate issued by Yelena Horre, Headmaster of Linden High School to the Confucius Institute Headquarters

Linden is a city located in northeastern New Jersey with a population of 38,000. Founded in 1925, Linden High School has 1800 students and teaching quality worthy of commendation. Valuing internationalized education, it is an exemplary school for second language courses in the state. The school has offered Chinese lessons since 2008. In 2011, with the approval of the Confucius Institute Headquarters, it set up the Confucius Classroom, at which time it had 100 Chinese learners. In the consecutive years, the school has organized students to visit the Confucius Institute Headquarters for exchanges at its own expense.

 
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